Friday, August 28, 2009

Obamacare, Privacy and the IRS

There are fewer things that upset conservatives more than hearing the decreasing number of Obama-lovers lie about his health care intentions. We also know that a reasonable man can reasonably predict that abortion and illegal immigrants will be covered in his health care plan. We know a court -- it only takes one judge -- will rule that specific conditions must be cared for under the federal health care plan and that this specific group of people must be provided, regardless of nationality.

A reasonable man knows it is ridiculous to replace a great, albeit a problematic system that need fixing, with a less quality, more expensive one. We also know that throwing out the existing system because a certain number of people aren't covered -- he says 47 million but most claim much less even less than 10 million -- is not prudent. Obamacare is not about health care, rather a Democrat power grab.

Perhaps the greatest concern, which should be a rallying point for liberals everywhere, is the loss of privacy.Section 431(a) of H.R. 3200 (Obamacare) says that:
The IRS must divulge taxpayer identity information, including the filing status, the modified adjusted gross income, the number of dependents, and "other information as is prescribed by" regulation. That information will be provided to the new Health Choices Commissioner and state health programs and used to determine who qualifies for "affordability credits."
The application of this is that if you elect not to buy insurance, the federal government can fine you. If you don't pay your fine, they will be able to garnish your wages just like they can do if you don't pay your taxes.

Obama and Pelosi are attempting to create a form of government that is un-American. America is not a socialist society. They are sowing the seeds of revolution, for all the wrong reasons -- personal power. There have been revolutions fought over less. I hope it does not come to this but these oppressive means, actions and laws are reaching a critical mass.

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